October 2023 Newsletter

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Welcome back to Term 4! Where has the year gone? I’d like to wish all students preparing for their final year exams and assessments the best of luck. And to remind them that your ATAR is only a number, with no relevance to the quality person you are, nor your capabilities. It is merely one of many ways to get to the path for your chosen future. Enjoy this last part of your schooling, and all the best for your future, whatever form that may take.
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Register for an informative and engaging webinar presented by the Australian Council of State School Organisations (ACSSO) in collaboration with Cancer Council ACT. This educational event is designed to empower parents, educators, and community members with the knowledge and tools to address the growing concerns surrounding vaping and tobacco use among young people.
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We are excited to share a glimpse into the recent meeting between the Australian Council of State School Organisations (ACSSO) and the Honorable Jason Clare, Federal Education Minister.
We are thrilled to share exciting news from the recent Susan Ryan Family Engagement Awards Presentation Night, a spectacular event that brought educators, parents, and community members together to celebrate the outstanding efforts in fostering family engagement in education.
In partnership with Together For Humanity, ACSSO is holding three Family Engagement events around the country in November - Family Engagement in Schools: Enabling and Energising.
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Advocacy isn't one-size-fits-all; your child deserves to be supported no matter what their learning needs. Here is your opportunity to learn how to support your child using a positive approach alongside educators —16th October, 7:30 pm.
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Feeding Families in Tough Times (FFiTT) is a partnership between academics, families with a lived experience of food insecurity, and key actors in food security, including providers of emergency food relief, government agencies, health services, not-for-profit organisations and charities.
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Standards Australia is hosting a hybrid event featuring a series of presentations from industry experts on Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, and Health Informatics, as well as a presentation from Standards Australia
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The results provide an overview of the key findings and insights derived from our recent survey on vaping and its impact on various demographics. The survey collected responses from 325 participants and focused on demographics, awareness, concerns, personal experiences with vaping, and opinions on addressing vaping at a societal level.
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